Carrie Cahill

Carrie Cahill is coauthor of No More Summer-Reading Loss, part of Heinemann's Not This But That series.

She has been an educator for 25 years. After beginning her career in school social work, she served as a principal and a director of special education before becoming an assistant superintendent in 2004. In my current position she oversees the curriculum development, assessment practices, and instructional delivery systems for schools in Midlothian, Illinois.

Carrie believes that the most valuable asset we have in education is human capital and that teachers have the power and the capacity for wise decision making that will have the greatest impact in our students’ lives. When teachers know their students well they can gear their teaching to their specific needs and interests. Educational leaders in the school; teachers and administrators alike, who have a clear vision of the research and best instructional practice are critical to our students’ progress as thinkers and intellectuals.


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